Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects

Hopi Holiday Project and Year Round Support for Hopi families

Hopi Holiday Project and Year Round Support for Hopi families

Hopi Holiday Project since 1999

2023 -2024 Hopi Holiday Project:
Gifts for Hopi youth and Elders:

++ Hopi youth learning, art and sports supplies 
++ Elder winter comfort bags
++ Food for families

Our 25th annual Hopi Holiday Project gifting is from a place of respect and thanks acknowledging the challenges of living on an Indian reservation in remote Northeastern Arizona far from the economic resources of urban America. Hopi people sincerely carry on a tradition with roots going back thousands of years that is of importance to all the world and is dedicated to all peoples with Mother Earth.

Photo at top of page is by Sandra Cosentino taken at a large 2009 delivery to 1st Mesa.

3 ways to Shop for Hopi Youth and Elders this holiday season:

  1. Shop and ship directly to Hopi.*
  2. Make a collection of gifts from your circles of connection and arrange a time to deliver to our Cottonwood site or to Hopi.* Please, new Items only and NO stuffed animals.
  3. Make a monetary donation  and we will use that to bulk buy gift items and food for families. 
* email info@crossingworlds.orgfor shipping address at Hopi
or to set a time to drop off your collection of gifts in Cottonwood.

Your donation is paid to our fiscal sponsor,
Manzanita Outreach,
and is immediately directed into our
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects account.

 Tax-deductible donation checks are made out to:
Manzanita Outreach with Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects in memo field
and mailed to:

Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects, P.O. Box 3288, Sedona, AZ  86340

Hopi Holiday Project Poster to share with others 


Hopi Holiday Project photos menu bar from 2013 to 2019

(Do not have many photos from 1999-2012; but will add some 2020 -2023 soon.)

Hopi Holiday Project, donations welcome

2011 photo by Jackie Klieger

Monetary donations welcomed year round for Hopi Family Support:

We support Hopi children in need of learning supplies, sports items, food, clothing, beds.

We are now also partnering with Manzanita Outreach to make free food deliveries, including fresh produce several times a year.

Thank you for monetary donations for Family Support items, such as:

Hopi family waving during the December 2019 delivery of food and gifts during the 21st annual Hopi Holiday Project.

2020 photo by Chris Duffy-Wentzel


In support of ceremonies: cases of produce, bowls, dishes, tables, chairs


Donations, drive your truck to haul supplies,  provide your construction skills for repairs to homes 


Food–we focus on staple, nutritious supplies such as beans, nuts, fresh produce, eggs, meat, cheese


Toiletries of all kinds especially toothbrushes and toothpaste; also: shampoo, conditioners, combs, and other hygiene supplies.


Children’s gifts:
sport items such as basketballs, soccer balls, baseballs, Frisbee, kites; art (acrylic paints and brushes, crayons, colored pencils, drawing pads, color books) and school supplies, sports items, hair ties, learning games


Household items:
sets of mixing bowls, covered containers, pots, pans, dish towels, bath towels and wash clothes, single and double bed sheets, blankets, aprons

Hopi Holiday Project Poster